James Albert Michener

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Noun1.James Albert Michener - United States writer of historical novels (1907-1997)
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Avery is information management specialist at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pa.
The James A. Michener Art Museum will be hosting a traveling exhibition from the famed Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy, “Offering of the Angels: Treasures from the Uffizi Gallery,” that will feature 45 works including two large tapestries and 43 paintings by Renaissance artists from the 15th to 17th centuries.
In "The Evolution of James A. Michener from High School Teacher to Writer: The Formative Years," John W.
At the time of the middle of the Clinton years of economic boom and prosperity, the great American novelist and historical commentator, James A. Michener (1907 -- 1997), noted that the United States was in the beginning of its downfall, which he predicted would last some fifty years hence.
American author James A. Michener wrote that he never knew his parents, nor did he know his birthdate or birthplace.
Based on the novel by James A. Michener, and starring Max von Sydow, Julie Andrews, Richard Harris, Gene Hackman, Carroll O'Connor, Elizabeth Cole, Diane Sherry and Heather Menzies.Kojak: Flowers for Mattyfive, 3.35pm THEO turns on the charm to infiltrate high society, wooing an heiress he suspects may hold the key to a series of mysterious art thefts and murders.
James A. Michener wrote the novel The Bridges at Toko-ri from his experiences as a war correspondent-with the Seventh Fleet in Korea, dispatching stories on life aboard the carriers Essex (CV 9) and Valley Forge (CV 45).
Novelist James A. Michener, whose first book inspired the movie South Pacific, has died at the age of 90.
Consider James A. Michener, best-selling novelist and currently as much of an American icon as, say, the Rev.
If James A. Michener's biography were written in the manner of his novels, the story would begin with the author's personal geography: his 5'11", 174-pound (not rounded to 175 or fudged at about 170), slightly pear-shaped body.
People today are most familiar with James A. Michener the novelist.
Bold and brash, it's based on the novel by James A. Michener, and stars Max von Sydow and Julie Andrews.